From The 19th Amendment To The Occupy Movement and Black Lives Matter: 100 Years Of Women’s Social Movement Activism

From The 19th Amendment To The Occupy Movement and Black Lives Matter: 100 Years Of Women’s Social Movement Activism

100 Years of Women's Activism

Location

Virtual by Zoom
Ohio US
Tuesday, August 18, 2020 - 7:00pm

Video available. Heather McKee Hurwitz, Lecturer of Sociology, Case Western Reserve University (CWRU). Women's Empowerment Centennial Lecture Series

This talk will explore the range of social movement activism that women have engaged in since the passage of the 19th amendment. Topics include the pursuit of racial and gender equality, women in environmental movements, feminists in the Occupy movement, and more. Since suffrage, women have continued to fight for equality even within progressive movements. 

The lecture is free and open to the public. Zoom registration link TBA.

Made possible with a generous donation from Lin Emmons.
Sponsored by The League of Women Voters of Greater Cleveland and Seigal Lifelong Learning, CWRU

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